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Master’s Concentration

Project Management

Take on large-scale projects by learning the tools, software, and best practices of project management. Projects are key to fulfilling an organization’s strategic vision, so be prepared to apply agile concepts, assess contracts, and finance projects. The program curriculum was developed to align with the current PMI® Project Management Body of Knowledge and equips students with the information and skills needed for the PMI® Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam.

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At a Glance

Classes Begin
June 17

Term Length
10 Weeks

Master's Degree
Tuition
$38,688

Format
Evening or Online
Admission
No GRE or GMAT
Time
As few as 18 months

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U.S. News & World Report Rankings

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Skills You’ll Learn

Initiate, plan, monitor, and execute large-scale projects
Relate project scope to cost, time, and resource requirements
Develop procurement plans and assess project contracts

Curriculum

Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Project Management requires completion of 48 credit hours (12 courses).

4

Core Courses

4

Concentration
Courses

4

Elective Courses

Core Courses

Learn the scope of activity, historical development,
and future direction of the industry. These courses
provide a foundation that you'll draw on throughout
your concentration and elective courses. The capstone
serves as the culminating academic experience in
which you'll explore a problem of practice in your field
of study.

ICT 4000 Business Essentials for Technology Leaders
ICT 4001 Technology Leadership
ICT 4005 Technical Essentials
And choose one of the following:
 
ICT 4901 Capstone Project
OR  
ICT 4902 Capstone Seminar
Concentration Courses

Focus on a specific professional area within the larger industry sector and master the skills needed to excel in that area.

ICT 4100 Principles of Project Management
ICT 4105 Project Contracts and Procurement
ICT 4110 Project Risk and Quality Management
ICT 4115 Project Management Dynamics
Elective Courses

Popular electives for students in the Information Technology program include:

ICT 4010 Enterprise Architecture
ICT 4015 Managing Technology For Strategic Value
ICT 4020 Business Forecasting and Planning
ICT 4025 Technology and Innovation Management
ICT 4045 Information Technology Service Assurance
ICT 4155 Strategic Alliances in the Technology Sector
ICT 4170 Agile Techniques and Practices in Project Management
ICT 4200 Cybersecurity Foundations
ICT 4370 Python Programming
ICT 4605 Principles of Information Security
ICT 4685 Cloud and Internet Law
ICT 4985 Industry Innovation Project

Elective courses may be chosen from among non-core and concentration courses in the academic program, and you may also select courses in other University College graduate programs. Your academic advisor will help you select electives that align with your career and personal goals.

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Sample Schedule

Plan out your schedule and determine your preferred timeline for completing your master's degree—finish in as few as 18 months or take up to five years.

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Interested in a graduate certificate?

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Cybersecurity Foundations in Application Security

Badge Requirements

Complete the following two courses with a grade of A− or above:

ICT 4200 Cybersecurity Foundations
ICT 4695 Application Security

Cybersecurity Foundations in Database Security

Badge Requirements

Complete the following two courses with a grade of A− or above:

ICT 4200 Cybersecurity Foundations
ICT 4430 Database Security

Cybersecurity Foundations in Healthcare

Badge Requirements

Complete the following two courses with a grade of A− or above:

ICT 4200 Cybersecurity Foundations
HINF 4335 Healthcare Cybersecurity

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Career Outcomes

Predicted outcomes for graduates of Project Management

By 2027 employers will need 87.7 million individuals in project management roles, according to the Project Management Institute.
Demand will be high in various industries including healthcare, information services, finance, oil and gas, construction, business services, and manufacturing.
A shortage of skilled and educated project managers, according to a recent CEO Survey by PwC, makes now the time to enter the field.

Job Titles

Project Manager
Program Lead
Business Manager
IT Specialist
IT Business Analyst
Senior Consultant
Program Manager
Project Scheduler

Information Technology Project Managers Salary: National Average

$86,510

(U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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“That master’s degree had been on my bucket list for more than 20 years and I just started thinking now’s the time, I’m not going to procrastinate anymore!” —Carolyn Hinkley, graduate.

Flexible Online Classes

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We understand the demands of balancing work, friends and family, and school can be challenging. That's why at University College, you can complete your program entirely online. Our online learning platform makes it easy to work anywhere at any time.

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Advisory Board

Our programs are developed and updated with the input of advisory boards composed of industry leaders and employers. This ensures that you'll learn what employers are looking for, and gain the most current information with a view to future industry trends, connecting you to future success.
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Timothy Bradsby

Portfolio Manager,
Terumo Blood and Cell Technologies

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Don Halloran

Founder & CEO,
Waypoint Group


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Mark Merkow

Senior Security Engineer,
Freeport-McMoRan Inc.


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Darl Kuhn

Solutions Architect,
RMCI


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Nathan Braun

Educational Consultant & Adjunct Faculty, University of Denver, University College

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Mike Prasad

Architect/Engineer,
State of Colorado


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Glenn Ware

Director Corporate Systems,
Xcel Energy


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Amber Cardillo

Sr. Director Americas Telco,
VMWare


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Higher Learning Commission

University College programs maintain the highest level of accreditation offered by The Higher Learning Commission, one of the regional accrediting bodies recognized by the federal government. The University of Denver and all of its academic programs are regionally accredited by this commission, and regional accreditation is the highest standard for universities in the United States.

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Colorado Technology Association

The Colorado Technology Association represents technology leaders, professionals, companies, IT departments, government and legislative leaders, and industry advisors. CTA provides members with community, insight, connections and advocacy. Our industry development work spans public policy to education to leadership.

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